[rspec-users] How do I figure out which (wrong) file rspec is loading?
dolzenko at gmail.com
Mon Nov 1 10:03:47 EDT 2010
Use `response.should render_template("main")` to set assertion on
template that should be rendered for an action.
If it fails it will print you the list of templates that got actually rendered.
Also I guess you should show us your PagesController#main action,
seems like what you get there is an empty response rendered with
default views/layout/application.html.erb layout.
On Mon, Nov 1, 2010 at 4:14 AM, Curious Yogurt
<starempireelite at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm using Rails 3.0.1, RSpec-Rails 2.0.1 and Webrat 0.7.1. I have the
> following test:
> describe PagesController do
> describe "GET 'main'" do
> it "should have the right title" do
> get 'main'
> response.should have_selector("title", :content => "My title")
> The HTML of pages#main checks out: it contains My Title. When I run
> rspec, it gives me a failure on this test, and says it expects to find
> the tag in the following line:
> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN" "http://
> Since this is not the file stored at pages#main, I take it that rspec
> is, for some reason, loading the wrong page. How do I solve this? Or,
> failing a general solution, how can I get rspec to tell me which page
> it is trying to load, so that I can try to figure out why it is going
> to this other page? Thanks.
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